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post #891 of 1194 Old 04-23-2013, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Here is some pictures. It shows the thing on her belly I was talking about better.
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post #892 of 1194 Old 04-23-2013, 03:36 PM
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Looks like a hoof to me.
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Oh gosh I never thought of that!
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I don't know about the belly lump, but I sure looks like her bag is bigger! That's great!
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If I were you I would have the vet come out and recheck her. That discharge serioiusly would concern me.

I just read this whole thread and I know that the vet said she was in foal March 13 via a palpation exam but I still have a doubts. Maybe he felt something else. I would have blood work done or another palpation exam. I've seen both false negatives and false positives (Althought more rare) on palpation exams.

Best of luck to you. I honestly hope she is in foal since you have lost so much sleep and had so much stress over this silly mare.
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If I were you I would have the vet come out and recheck her. That discharge serioiusly would concern me.

I just read this whole thread and I know that the vet said she was in foal March 13 via a palpation exam but I still have a doubts. Maybe he felt something else. I would have blood work done or another palpation exam. I've seen both false negatives and false positives (Althought more rare) on palpation exams.

Best of luck to you. I honestly hope she is in foal since you have lost so much sleep and had so much stress over this silly mare.
I agree with this. It would concern me that she had a bag and then dried up, followed by the discharge... She definitely LOOKS and ACTS to be in foal... I'm not doubting that... I'm just wondering if something could be wrong possibly with the baby or the mare... Just in case, if she were mine, I would be calling the vet out. The babies or the mothers life just isn't worth taking the chance on losing. She could have some kind of infection in there and not be showing signs of distress until its too late.
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The vet did come out for the bag drying up. We did shots for milk daily. He was out when she had some discharge also. This was the other vet at the office. Mine came out on the 13th. So the discharge doesn't really bother me. It has no scent. As for foal, I know there is a live foal in there. I watch for movement and feel it daily.
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She now LOOKS like mine all did at about 10 months!! I think you are doing just fine!!

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Have you thought of names for your little one yet? I'm stuck on a few but kindof waiting to see what we end up w.
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Yes, I thought maybe Winchester. For girl or boy. And just call he/she win or Winnie. I also thought about Stetson for a boy. I have also looked at Arabic names, I like a few of those too.
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